Archive for: Leadership

Perry Brimah: Dear OBJ and IBB, we are ready to be leaders of today, not tomorrow

Perry Brimah: Dear OBJ and IBB, we are ready to be leaders of today, not tomorrow

by Peregrino Brimah We can and will do this with you or without you. We are determined. You are seeing the force of change, the natural tendency of things, as Ghandi said, after a while all...

 

Dele Agekameh: Tukur as the PDP sacrificial lamb

Dele Agekameh: Tukur as the PDP sacrificial lamb

by Dele Agekameh Perhaps, only the President, for whom he was a cheerleader, will, most certainly, miss him. In the last few months, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has been engulfed in crises....

 

‘Jonathan wasn’t expected in Canada’: Embassy denies cancellation of state visit

‘Jonathan wasn’t expected in Canada’: Embassy denies cancellation of state visit

by ‘Jola Sotubo Following reports that a proposed state visit by President Goodluck Jonathan to Canada was cancelled, the country’s embassy has responded. The Canadian High Commission...

 

Opinion: Why Jonathan will lose this war against Amaechi

Opinion: Why Jonathan will lose this war against Amaechi

by Nasiru Suwaid Descriptively, what I was specifically interested on is the group that does the overturning and pinning of the opponent on the ground, but most importantly, could the stomping...

 

Okey Ikechukwu: Those who call 1914 a mistake are mixing things up badly

Okey Ikechukwu: Those who call 1914 a mistake are mixing things up badly

by Okey Ikechukwu No one cried foul over Awo’s politics in the South West before he engineered Zik’s ouster using ethnic solidarity. Before then he was aware of himself as a Yoruba man....

 

Ekerete Udoh: Nigerians have no purposeful leaders like Mandela

Ekerete Udoh: Nigerians have no purposeful leaders like Mandela

by Ekerete Udoh Now the question is:  If Nigeria was able to conquer the world with her pop culture, and presents a new side, a new narrative about or country, why has it been so difficult...

 

Opinion: Sanusi, who is backing the Naira? (Part 1)

Opinion: Sanusi, who is backing the Naira? (Part 1)

by Niyi Shomade Have we been devalued with the Naira and are we still devaluing? If there is a correlation between culture and economics, does that mean that our value as Nigerians is also related...

 

Orji Uzor Kalu: Almost every Nigerian is plagued by the curse of sycophancy

Orji Uzor Kalu: Almost every Nigerian is plagued by the curse of sycophancy

by Orji Uzor Kalu This is the aspect that bothers me. Sycophancy, praise-singing and hagiography appear to have been institutionalized in our present-day Nigeria. Is it not preposterous to see...

 

Opinion: Nigerian leadership and the Nigerian people are equally irresponsible

Opinion: Nigerian leadership and the Nigerian people are equally irresponsible

by Frederick Nwafor As pointed out tangentially earlier, the Nigerian leadership and the Nigerian people share morsels of garbage from the entrée of irresponsibility. In society responsibility...

 

Okey Ikechukwu: Onyeka Onwenu, remember Remi Oyo, Ifueko

Okey Ikechukwu: Onyeka Onwenu, remember Remi Oyo, Ifueko

by Okey Ikechukwu Onyeka Onwenu is to offer leadership to an organisation that needs to be taken to new levels of relevance, credibility and visibility. Onyeka Onwenu’s story would most probably...